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From: "Dirk Bruere"
Subject: Re: High Voltage Power Source from Monitor Third Attempt
Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 16:53:17 -0000
Reply-To: "Dirk Bruere"
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"chris" wrote in message
> Thoremail@example.com (P!erCer) wrote in message
> > Hello.
> >According to Ohm's
> > law, a current of .11 - .15 amps will flow through my resistor
> > (depending on voltage which I cannot measure or predict, should range
> > from 25K - 35K)...will that protect the circuitry enough? I will make
> > great efforts to avoid shorts this time, in any case.
> > I have to go to karate now, please let me know what you think.
> > -Jason T
> ZAP!! you can only take 1mA from a monitors eht supply, if your lucky.
> Almost any current will stop the tripler from tripling.
If it's only 1mA why does it hurt so much?
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